This show has been commercially released as "Ladies and Gentlemen...."
Truckin' Loser Hard To Handle Me And Bobby McGee Cold Rain And Snow The Rub Playing In The Band Friend Of The Devil China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider Casey Jones Workin' Man Blues Portland Woman Down In The Boondocks Fair Chance To Know Big Yellow Taxi I Don't Know You Dirty Business Sailin' Glendale Train Lodi Henry Superman Six Days On The Road Last Lonely Eagle Lochinvar Louisiana Lady
Morning Dew Beat It On Down The Line Next Time You See Me Bertha Sugar Magnolia I Second That Emotion Good Lovin' Sing Me Back Home I Dream Of Jeannie Tuning Spanish Jam Tuning -> Not Fade Away -> Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad -> Not Fade Away
April 25, 2020 Subject:
This night is magic
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May 24, 2015 Subject:
1st of "Ladies" shows
About half of this show was released as Ladies & Gentlemen, which also included stuff from the 27th, 28th, & 29th, but skipped the 26th. At this time, American Beauty had gained them new fans and the Fillmore East had to be booked five days (it was about to close anyway and returning at the end of the year they played the Felt@MSG).
Not the best of the run, and an average '71 show, it doesn't hint that the week is about to get hotter. Still, a couple stand out.
The First Set had monitor problems, so piecemeal listening doesn't much disrupt the continuity. After a couple warms up, Hard to Handle is pretty good for that early, but it's the China>Rider that soars in the best version of the four in the run.
The Second Set is average to below average (Bertha doesn't gel at all), but Beat it on Down the Line-9 is the best of four this week and this may be the single best version of Second that Emotion. It was only played seven times, all of them this month and twice this week.